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We often hear the argument that Evangelical Protestants and Roman Catholics have a lot in common. After all, we share the same basic words of the gospel: God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Bible, sin, faith, salvation, church, and so on. However, while their creeds look somewhat similar, they are radically different. The problem lies with the way in which these gospel words are understood. They may have the same sounds, but they carry very different meanings.
In “Same Words, Different Worlds”, Leonardo De Chirico unpacks the varying theological interpretations to shed light on the way words are used in Catholic and Protestant traditions. He addresses the key terms of the Roman Catholic faith, that are also common to evangelical language, and explores where they deviate from Scripture. In doing so, he uncovers the theological framework underlying Roman Catholicism and explains how the true gospel shines even brighter.
This book originated from material in ‘The Vatican files’ and continues their unique contribution to robust evangelical discernment in dealing with Rome today.
Same Words, Different World: What Makes Roman Catholicism differ from the Gospel? is in the following collections:
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